Senior Research Scientist at the Australian E-Health Research Centre., CSIRO
I am a computer scientist, researcher and former radio scientist. I spend most of my day building and talking to chat-bots for use in autism spectrum disorder, chronic pain and genetic counseling at the CSIRO.
My broad research interests are language, logic and artificial general intelligence.
I have expertise in natural language processing, logic, software design, functional programming, artificial intelligence, machine learning, radio physics and mathematics . My previous research at the University of Queensland was on biomedical imaging for detecting strokes in the brain and breast cancer using microwave radiation.
I am a beekeeper, rare book collector, and currently learning Latin. I believe Latin is the ultimate language for human to computer interaction.
I am also the father of a rambunctious autistic boy who is unaware he is bilingual and functions like a human GPS system. He is frequently involved in my research.
See my CSIRO profile at https://people.csiro.au/i/d/d-ireland
Research scientist, CSIRO
Postdoctoral research fellow, CSIRO
Research officer, University of Queensland
EME Technical Officer, Kordia Ltd.
Griffith University, PhD
Griffith University, MPhil
Griffith University, Bachelor of Engineering in Microelectronics
Impact of deep brain stimulation on people with Parkinson’s disease: A mixed methods feasibility study exploring lifespace and community outcomes, Journal of Occupational Therapy
Pain ROADMAP: A mobile platform to support activity pacing for chronic pain, Health Informatics
Social Fringe Dwellers: Can chat-bots combat bullies to improve participation for children with autism?, Journal of Community Informatics
Sentimental Analysis for AIML-based E-Health Conversational Agents, International Conference on Neural Information Processing
Designing a Chat-Bot for Non-Verbal Children on the Autism Spectrum, Health Informatics Conference, Sydney
Can smartphones measure momentary quality of life and participation? A proof of concept using experience sampling surveys with university students, Australian Occupational Therapy Journal
Hello Harlie: Enabling Speech Monitoring Through Chat-Bot Conversations., Studies in health technology and informatics
Balancing self-tracking and surveillance: legal, ethical and technological issues in using smartphones to monitor communication in people with health conditions, Journal of Law and Medicine
Chat-Bots for People with Parkinson’s Disease: Science Fiction or Reality?, Studies in health technology and informatics
Meeting The Challenges Of Measuring Community Participation Using Smartphones: An App To Measure Lifespace, Time Use, Activity Participation And Affect, Australian Occupational Therapy Journal
Low-energy Bluetooth beacons for lifespace assessment of people with neurological conditions, Antennas and Propagation (ISAP)
Measuring the Lifespace of People With Parkinson’s Disease Using Smartphones: Proof of Principle, JMIR
Microwave System for Head Imaging, IEEE Instrumentation and Measurment
Modeling Human Head at Microwave Frequencies Using Optimized Debye Models and FDTD Method , IEEE Antennas and Propagation
Microwave imaging for brain stroke detection using Born iterative method, IET
Microwave head imaging for stroke detection, Progress in Electromagnetics